We regularly see users who’ve had their gigs removed, or even their accounts blocked for offering gigs which promote buyers’ services on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. Third party terms of service violations are cited, and that’s pretty much it, which I can understand because all of these platforms offer paid promotions themselves and don’t want Fiverr sellers to be getting the money they could be, I assume.
However, what isn’t clear to me is why there is a section in Fiverr called ‘Influencer Marketing’ which has a sub-category called ‘Shoutouts & Promotion’ which would seem to be the place to advertise exactly these services for the SM platforms I mentioned and several more.
Get your message seen by the all right people, in the all right places is the category tagline.
My question - why have a section specifically aimed at a service which appears to be against the ToS?
If this isn’t the case, then what can users do to make sure their gigs are within the ToS and they won’t get removed/blocked etc.?